Tanzania's Industry, Trade and Investments Minister Charles Mwijage, laid the foundation stone at the project site for one of Africa's largest chemical plants for clean water. Mwijage says the plant will help the government to cut importing costs for the water treating chemicals and will create jobs for 1,000 people.
Construction of Water Chemical Factory Kicks Off
Daily News, 25 April 2018
IN hardly two years, water and sewerage authorities' bills to customers will significantly drop as a result of sourcing water treatment chemicals, domestically. Read more »
Construction of U.S.$112 Million Chemical Plant Opens Officially
Citizen, 25 April 2018
Construction of one of Africa's largest chemical plants for clean water worth Sh250 billion ($112 million) has been inaugurated. Read more »
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